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Feb 20, 2013 9:00am PST
, twitter, google, bank of america, burger king, "the new york times," jpmorgan chase, "the wall street journal," and the federal reserve have all been hacked. most of the recent cyber attacks can be traced back to a chinese military unit in shanghai. in an effort to more aggressi aggressively combat this cyber espionage, president obama signed an executive order last week to reduce risk, but the issue of cyber security also raises a host of questions involving cyber liberties. saying it didn't adequately protect individual privacy. critics argue the vague language would allow the government to obtain information without obtaining a warrant. today, the house introduced that very same bill. howard, as a deputy mayor of new york city, the question of keeping the city safe is something you deal with on a daily basis. this is a really interesting and brave new arena that we have sort of yet to really get our minds and arms around in terms of national security. >> well, all of our essential infrastructure in the city, from water, to street lights, to sewage, to elevators, everything you can
Feb 22, 2013 9:00am PST
they -- when he heard about the -- when he heard about the friends of hamas. he didn't go to google to see if this was a terrorist group or any watch list. he went to the white house and said can you confirm this. the white house now has to be the fact checker for this purpose. that's an absurd. >> in the old days somebody might have printed this in a hand newsletter or something like that, but now i think there's this -- if you are a reporter, you're operating in an environment where the readers have seen all this stuff. say like some of the menendez reporting on the right, which may well be true, which they went with when it felt 75%, where i wouldn't have been comfortable with that level of confirmation, but it dent look totally bogus. what do you do? do you ignore it? >> you have a race to the bottom problem. you have a race to the problem -- >> is it the bottom? it's a race to readers seeing inside the reporting process. >> it's friends of hamas. it's the bottom. that's the problem where. >> on alex's point on the new yorker and trying to punch holes in the stories. the good news, if
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